2017 Boss Hogg 150

 

CONGRATULATIONS NICK JENKINS 

WINNER OF THE 2017 BOSS HOG 150 !!

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2017 BOSS HOG 150 FULL RESULTS

Pos No. Name Home Town Laps Diff
1 32J Nick Jenkins Brownville 150
2 13T Cody Tribbett Richmond 150 8.432
3 96 Wyatt Alexander Ellsworth 150 13.083
4 05 James Osmond Wiscasset 150 13.143
5 34 Jeff Burgess Fairfield 149 1 Lap
6 15x Scott Chubbuck Bowdoin 149 1 Lap
7 01x Joe Decker Chesterville 149 1 Lap
8 14 Mike Hopkins Bangor 112 38 Laps
9 29 Kevin Morse Woolwich 110 40 Laps
10 15 Nick Hinkley Wiscasset 109 41 Laps
11 32 Mike Orr Wiscasset 103 47 Laps
12 13 Nate Tribbett Richmond 82 68 Laps
13 84 Jamie Wright Woolwich 72 78 Laps
14 05D Jacob Dore Sanford 53 97 Laps
15 09 Daren Ripley Thomaston 20 130 Laps
16 51 John Peters Westbrook 20 130 Laps
17 88x Wes Turner Freedom 8 142 Laps
DNS 7 Nick Reno West Bath DNS
DNS 23 Brandon Sprague Edgecomb DNS
DQ 94 Garrett Hall Scarborough 150 DQ

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JENKINS WINS BOSS HOGG 150 AT WISCASSET
by Ken Minott
     Brownville’s Nick Jenkins has had more than his share of heartbreak when it comes to big races. He’s had victory snatched from his grasp in the closing laps in both the Coastal 200 and the Long John 100. This time good fortune smiled on him for a change as he picked up the biggest win of his career in a controversial finish to the 2017 Boss Hog 150 at Wiscasset Speedway. Sunday’s Prostock main event highlighted a busy double header weekend at Maine’s fastest track. Saturday night’s program celebrated the track’s 48th birthday along with group 1 support divisions. Winners Saturday included Sean Johnson and Josh Bailey in the Super Streets, Bailey taking over the points lead with his two podium finishes on the night. Logan Melcher and Travis Poulliot were victors in the Thunder 4 Minis. Melcher’s 5 race win streak was snapped by Poulliot in the 40 lap nightcap race. 3-time defending Kamren Knowles picked up his 3rd straight win in the N.E.4-cyl Pros. Sunday support winners were Tiger Colby in the Strictly Streets, and Cory Hall and Austin Teras in the Amsoil Nelcar Legends. Colby made history by becoming Wiscasset’s first ever 4th generation winner.
     18 out of the 20 registered Prostocks answered the bell for the Boss Hogg 150, the first time in its 25 year history the race being run as a 150 lap affair. 2014 BH100 winner Daren Ripley #09 started from the pole position with Sanford’s Jacob Dore #05 to his outside. Ripley set the early pace until Scarborough’s Garrett Hall #94 drove around him into the lead on lap 18. Just two laps later the race would take its first major turn as Ripley spun into turn 3 collecting #51 John Peters resulting in Peters taking a heavy hit against the outside retaining wall and knocking them both from the race. From there Hall dominated the day, leading 119 of the 150 laps. Several drivers including Mike Hopkins, Scott Chubbuck, Jeff Burgess, Wyatt Alexander, Cody Tribbett and Nick Jenkins had their shot at the lead through a series of mid and late race pit stops. But it was clear that it was still Hall’s race to win. He made his planned 2-tire pit stop on lap 95 and started charging back toward the front while Chubbuck and Burgess battled for the lead. However, Hall would make contact with the #14 of Hopkins on lap 103 in turn 1 and a cut tire would end up turning the race completely upside down, just nobody knew it yet. Hall, who had already made his pit stop and used his 2 registered spare tires took a gamble to replace his flat left rear tire with an unregistered practice tire in order to finish the race. He quickly picked his way through traffic and retook the lead from Scott Chubbuck on lap 111. Jenkins came to life late in the race too, moving into 2nd with 30 laps to go and keeping Hall in site all the way to the checkers. Following Hall’s celebration in victory lane, his gamble soon came back to bite him as he was disqualified in post race tech for use of an unregistered tire. The win and the $5,000 payday would go to Jenkins, making it the biggest win of his career. Following the race, Jenkins said his crew was on the radio in the closing laps telling him to be patient and that he would be the winner if he stayed right where he was; knowing that Hall had put on an unapproved tire. Richmond’s Cody Tribbett, a rookie in just his 5th ever Prostock race took home the 2nd place trophy. He was involved in a mid-race caution but took advantage of a fast pit stop and timely cautions to turn in a career highlight finish. Wyatt Alexander #96 made a last lap pass over James Osmond #05 that proved more valuable than expected. While he wasn’t able to thank his supporters in victory lane, he took home the 3rd place trophy. Osmond’s 4th place run was still impressive, given it was his first race since an opening day crash in late April. Jeff Burgess filled out the top 5.

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The July 30th 150 lap Prostock race, which made it’s debut in 1991, is named after longtime racer and former Wiscasset Speedway owner Dave “Boss Hogg” St Clair.

 


 


2017 BOSS HOGG 150 RULES

REGISTRATION = $50 ADVANCED / $75 DAY OF RACE

RULES = WISCASSET SPEEDWAY  PROSTOCK RULES

  • TRANSPONDERS ARE REQUIRED

TIRES =

  •  Race teams may register a total of 6 tires for the BOSS HOGG 150. They may be 6 new tires or 4 new tires & 2 used tires (as long as it is 6 total tires registered).
  • The tires will be Wiscasset Speedway Official Prostock Track Tire = Hoosier 27.0/10.0-15 3035 and 26.5/10.0-15 3045.
  • Tires purchased prior to race day will be registered and may be mounted but all will be impounded at the track until race day. Tires will be on sale at the track Friday, July 28 from 4p – 7p & Saturday, July 29 anytime, Tires will be on sale on Sunday race day. 

FIELD = max 33 cars (24 cars qualify from heats /additional cars will qualify by consi heat & provisionals) subject to change

HEATS = OPEN DRAW, 10 laps each (# of heats and #to transfer to feature TBD based on #of entries)

FEATURE = 150 Green flag laps (no required break or pit stop).

  • Teams MUST start the feature on the same tires they qualify on
  • Teams may change 2 tires during the feature as they wish

PURSE = see below / NON POINTS RACE

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CARS 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22
TOTAL
$27,285 $26,970 $26,635 $25,810 $24,995 $24,190 $23,395 $22,610 $21,835 $21,070 $20,315 $19,570 $18,835 $18,110
1 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000
2 $1,375 $1,350 $1,325 $1,300 $1,275 $1,250 $1,225 $1,200 $1,175 $1,150 $1,125 $1,100 $1,075 $1,050
3 $940 $930 $920 $910 $900 $890 $880 $870 $860 $850 $840 $830 $820 $810
4 $830 $840 $830 $820 $810 $800 $790 $780 $770 $760 $750 $740 $730 $720
5 $800 $790 $780 $770 $760 $750 $740 $730 $720 $710 $700 $690 $680 $670
6 $790 $780 $770 $760 $750 $740 $730 $720 $710 $700 $690 $680 $670 $660
7 $780 $770 $760 $750 $740 $730 $720 $710 $700 $690 $680 $670 $660 $650
8 $770 $760 $750 $740 $730 $720 $710 $700 $690 $680 $670 $660 $650 $640
9 $760 $750 $740 $730 $720 $710 $700 $690 $680 $670 $660 $650 $640 $630
10 $750 $740 $730 $720 $710 $700 $690 $680 $670 $660 $650 $640 $630 $620
11 $740 $730 $720 $710 $700 $690 $680 $670 $660 $650 $640 $630 $620 $610
12 $730 $720 $710 $700 $690 $680 $670 $660 $650 $640 $630 $620 $610 $600
13 $720 $710 $700 $690 $680 $670 $660 $650 $640 $630 $620 $610 $600 $590
14 $710 $700 $690 $680 $670 $660 $650 $640 $630 $620 $610 $600 $590 $580
15 $700 $690 $680 $670 $660 $650 $640 $630 $620 $610 $600 $590 $580 $570
16 $690 $680 $670 $660 $650 $640 $630 $620 $610 $600 $590 $580 $570 $560
17 $680 $670 $660 $650 $640 $630 $620 $610 $600 $590 $580 $570 $560 $550
18 $670 $660 $650 $640 $630 $620 $610 $600 $590 $580 $570 $560 $550 $540
19 $660 $650 $640 $630 $620 $610 $600 $590 $580 $570 $560 $550 $540 $530
20 $650 $640 $630 $620 $610 $600 $590 $580 $570 $560 $550 $540 $530 $520
21 $640 $630 $620 $610 $600 $590 $580 $570 $560 $550 $540 $530 $520 $510
22 $630 $620 $610 $600 $590 $580 $570 $560 $550 $540 $530 $520 $510 $500
23 $620 $610 $600 $590 $580 $570 $560 $550 $540 $530 $520 $510 $500
24 $610 $600 $590 $580 $570 $560 $550 $540 $530 $520 $510 $500
25 $600 $590 $580 $570 $560 $550 $540 $530 $520 $510 $500
26 $590 $580 $570 $560 $550 $540 $530 $520 $510 $500
27 $580 $570 $560 $550 $540 $530 $520 $510 $500
28 $570 $560 $550 $540 $530 $520 $510 $500
29 $560 $550 $540 $530 $520 $510 $500
30 $550 $540 $530 $520 $510 $500
31 $540 $530 $520 $510 $500
32 $530 $520 $510 $500
33 $520 $510 $500
34 $510 $500
35 $500
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